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The wage gap

Why women are still paid less than men

By Evelyn Murphy and E.J. Graff
October 9, 2005

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If you are a woman working full time, you will lose between $700,000 and $2 million over your working lifetime -- just because of your sex. Is that fair? No. Can it be stopped? Absolutely. (Full article: 1655 words)

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